Groups experiencing our Toronto scavenger hunts embark on adventures of discovery and competition as participants work in teams to achieve the highest score possible in the time they are given.
Use a local provider! Scavenger Hunt Anywhere’s global head office is in downtown Toronto. This way, your Toronto team building program will have an experienced local leader, updated local content and the expertise of our staff in helping you choose the right place for your hunt.
We Customize the Perfect Team Building Activity For You
Our Toronto scavenger hunt is customizable first-of-all by the fact that we can offer our service in different locations within the city. There are numerous good scavenger hunt locations in Toronto, and we have run hunts in all of the following places:
- Downtown Toronto
- University of Toronto
- The Distillery District
- Old Mill
- Richmond Hill
- Other locations available upon request
In our Toronto corporate scavenger hunts, teams install our Scavenger Hunt Anywhere Smartphone App which gives them all the tasks in the hunt. Information is collected from various landmarks, monuments, works of art and tourist venues and used to answer questions in the app. Teams are also challenged to take photographs of their team in certain places or performing various tasks.
Here is some information about our program in Downtown Toronto: Discover the diversity of landmarks, services and venues in the exciting Financial and Entertainment areas. Participants in the Toronto scavenger hunt will visit many famous places such as CN Tower, Rogers Centre, The Royal York Hotel, The Royal Alexandra Theatre, Roy Thompson Hall and the Financial District. Because of the PATH, Toronto’s wonderful network of underground walkways, teams can travel indoors if the weather is nasty, making this a year-round, weatherproof activity!
Here are some reasons why so many groups choose our Toronto scavenger hunts as a social activity for their meetings, offsites, incentive programs and conferences: Number one – it’s fun! Even people who “don’t like team building” love this event. Also, it is an inclusive activity that anyone can participate in. All players are on an equal footing in that none of them have done this activity before. It is a fabulous way for your participants to get to know each other and return to the workplace having had a shared experience worth remembering. Contact us for more details and pricing.
Just wanted to circle back and let you know the hunt went off perfectly on Friday! Our team had tons of fun, I got quite a few comments comparing the event to a scavenger hunt that the company did a few year before my time here that was apparently a complete disaster compared to this one! The app worked perfectly and all of your instructions were very helpful and easy to follow, so thank you for all the support.
I also had a blast being the hunt manager and getting the front seat to view all the hilarious pictures as they came in, I will definitely be recommending your team for any team building events that my friends and past colleagues might be holding for their company’s socials!
Here are some sample team building & scavenger hunt tasks for Toronto:
Take a photo of a “Group of Seven” painting.
Take a photo of your team, CN Tower and Roy Thompson Hall all in one shot.
What is the architectural design feature that contains a moose, as displayed in the Galleria of Air Canada Centre?
What is the statue of Al Purdy holding (find him at City Hall)?
Here is a map showing the boundaries of our downtown Toronto scavenger hunt.
Here is a map showing the boundaries of our Toronto Yorkville scavenger hunt.
Another good location for a shorter scavenger hunt (max 2 hours) is the Distillery District:
It’s even possible to do a scavenger hunt at University of Toronto. This map shows the approximate boundaries:
Here is an option for North of the city. You can do a Richmond Hill scavenger hunt:
Or you could do a Unionville scavenger hunt:
And here is the scavenger hunt area for Brampton:
Another potential area for your hunt is the area near The Old Mill Inn and Bloor St. West. Here is the map:
Check out some Toronto pictures taken by past groups:
As an example, here are some of the venues that your participants will pass by during our flagship downtown Toronto scavenger hunt:
Air Canada Centre, 40 Bay St.
The Hockey Hall of Fame, 30 Yonge St.
Old City Hall, 60 Queen St W.
CN Tower, 301 Front St W.
Our Toronto address:
Scavenger Hunt Anywhere
36 Toronto St. Suite 850
Toronto ON M5C 2C5